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About davidschillo

David Schillo attended East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina from 2007 to 2011. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in the field of Public Health Education and Promotion.

The Career of David Schillo Part 1

David Schillo has sustained a dynamic career and has served in many positions in the fields of exercise science and public health and promotion. Here is the first section of the professional advances that David Has achieved throughout his successful … Continue reading

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Fun Facts about David Schillo

David Schillo works directly with his students to organize academic goals, connects with caregivers and parents to offer support when necessary, and strives to apply dynamic instructional strategies in hopes of cultivating a successful learning environment capable of addressing the … Continue reading

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Fun Facts About David Schillo Part 3

David Schillo is 29 years old and was born in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. During his childhood, he moved to Raleigh with his family. Nowadays, he resides in Clarksville, Tennessee. After earning his undergraduate degree in Public Health and Promotion at … Continue reading

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Fun Facts About David Schillo Part 1

David Schillo went to college at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, where he majored in Public Health Education and Promotion. In 2011, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.). David’s outstanding grade point average and strong work … Continue reading

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David Schillo’s Participation in Community Outreach Programs

David Schillo is a caring individual, who strives to do whatever he can to help others live their best life on a daily basis. No matter what he is doing, David is always trying to act on the behalf of others, … Continue reading

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David Schillo Studied Adapted Physical Education for Challenged Youngsters in Depth

Science teacher David Schillo of Dickson Middle School in Dickson, Tennessee studied kinesiology in his Master’s Degree program at East Carolina University.  His thesis concerned adapted physical education for children with developmental disabilities.   Genetic factors have long been considered pivotal … Continue reading

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David Schillo Worked in East Carolina University Developmental Motor Lab

Working with the developmentally disabled has been important to teacher David Schillo since his days as a tutor at East Carolina University.  A group of chronic conditions which arise from mental or physical impairments, developmental disabilities cause special problems for … Continue reading

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David Schillo Once Based in Camp Stanley of Uijeongbu, South Korea

Camp Red Cloud is the headquarters of the 2nd Infantry Division of the United States Army located east of Uijeongbu, South Korea. David Schillo was based with Camp Stanley, a military post with the Red Cloud garrison. Uijeongbu is a … Continue reading

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David Schillo Combined Passions of Science and Health

David Schillo continued his interest in science and health at East Carolina University, where he studied Public Health Education. Public Health Education studies include a variety of specialty areas, such as environmental health, physical health, social health, emotional health, intellectual … Continue reading

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David Schillo Brings Sharp Communication Skills to Multiple Jobs

David Schillo was able to develop and test through practical use customized, movement-based physical education programs on both a short and long term basis. David Schillo consulted with his developmentally disabled patient/clients each day, monitoring and noting their progress toward … Continue reading

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